Help Windows 7 OEM

Hello people. So about 3 weeks ago, my motherboard is dead, so I decided to go and change the motherboard with CPU and RAM (because I was finally going to upgrade), I bought everything and when I was going to build the system, I noticed my windows 7 ULTIMATE is an OEM, then told me that I won't be able to use it. My last MOBO was a BioStar, and my new one is a MSI. People told me that only works OEM version for the MOBO that was originally installed with. I don't want to really money size on a new drive HARD and BONES, so if someone could PLEASE help me with this. Thanks, and yes I have my key if necessary.

AS SOON AS POSSIBLE PLEASE, I'M REALLY NERVOUS.

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